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ABC
Aug 18, 2013 7:00am PDT
quote down to arizona. the heat and drought speeding the pace of this year's fire season, already one of the deadliest on record. 31 killed so far. and the burning expected to last for several more weeks. bazi kanani, abc news, denver.
Univision
Aug 8, 2013 6:30pm PDT
soÑadores liberados en arizona, luchan por otros 1500 inmigrantes que estÁn tras las rejas en el mismo centro de detenciÓn. >>> niÑa hispana de 4 aÑos de edad asaltada en un mcdonald's de new york y su presunto acosador es un adolescente. >>> guerra en honduras, bandas de narcotraficantes se enfrentan a balazos con saldo de muertos y heridos. >>> ojo si maneja un auto pequeÑo, muchos de los mÁs populares no pasaron la mÁs bÁsica prueba de seguridad, les diremos cuales son, comenzamos. >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> buenas noches, marÍa elena tiene unos dÍas libres, los soÑadores stanley bestÁn libres estados unidos, los nueve indocumentados que entraron de mÉxico a estados unidos fueron liberados por el servicio de migraciÓn mientras se estudia si les van a dar asilo, podrÍa tomar aÑos, en la practica su misiÓn cumplio su objetivo, se fueron, regresaron, llamaron la atenciÓn sobre lo que ellos consideran una injusticia libre. >>> asÍ pasan el primer dia en libertad los soÑadores despuÉs que los liberen de un centro de
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 10:35am EDT
the next 10 years. if the bill was passed with a pathway to citizenship and expanded visa programs, arizona's economic output would increase by $616 million and create 8016 jobs in 2014. this bill would increase the total personal income for arizona families by $2.5 billion in 2020. now there are people in this room who will say -- well, the border is not secure. the border is not secure, but it is a lot more secure than it was back in 1986 when we give amnesty to 3 million people. the answer to border security is technology. we have developed technology in iraq and afghanistan where we can use surveillance and we can detect. an example, in iraq for my one of the biggest problems that we face was the ied's, the explosives. they developed a radar, thanks to general petraeus, and it not only detects people and that activity, it tracks the back to where they came from. it is an amazing technology. with drones, sensors, towers, and with surveillance, we can surveil the border. the equipment we can do that with we got directly from the border control. nine sectors on the border between californi
FOX News
Aug 6, 2013 7:00pm PDT
a speech today in arizona, we'll have governor brewer on in a second. but once again, he said, this is a speech about housing, a very important speech about housing, what he does, he just can't stop himself. he says, for most of this year, an endless parade of distractions. political posturing and phony scandals. the people that were targeted they don't feel it's phony. the families of the victims of benghazi, they don't feel it's phony. why does the president go out there and demean these people. it's important, i've talked to these people. >> you mentioned benghazi, he had an ambassador dead, and three other americans dead, two real heroes went to the battle. and he got a week long cover-up that went on until they finally came up. susan rice comes up and lays out this dock and bull story, fairy tail about a video enraging this group which turns out to be a flat out lie. how can you say that's a phony scandal? i mean, people -- >> why did he do that then. what in the world, he can't stop himself from campaigning -- >> it's not very presidential to zemin people like this. >> i
MSNBC
Aug 6, 2013 9:00am PDT
>>> they meet again on a tarmac in arizona. it's tuesday, august 6th, and this is "now." >>> president obama is en route to arizona right now but we first want to update you on some developing news. former president george w. bush is recovering at a dallas hospital from a heart procedure he underwent this morning after doctors discovered a blocked artery during his annual physical. the operation successfully placed a stent in the artery to open the blockage. the former president says he is in high spirits and will return to his normal schedule on thursday. we'll continue to monitor the story as it develops. >>> turning now to president obama's policy push, he is just a few hours from touching down in phoenix where he'll highlight positive gains made in the state's housing market. the southwest stopover is part of the president's recent campaign to shift focus back to the nation's economy but sunny weather and signs of a recovery are not all that awaits him in the canyon of of the unknown. president obama will once again be greeted on the tarmac by arizona governor and s
MSNBC
Aug 6, 2013 1:00pm PDT
a chance to succeed in the 21st century economy. and i think people in arizona especially understand the challenges that are out there because you know, for the past 4 1/2 years, together, we fought our way back from a devastating recession that cost millions of jobs for americans, a lot of folks lost their homes, a lot of folks lost their savings. and what the recession showed was the long erosion of middle class security that had been taking place for decades. but we fought back. we took on a broken health care system. we took on a housing market that was in free fall. we invested in new technologies to reverse our addiction to foreign oil. we changed a tax code that had become tilted a little bit too much in favor of the wealthiest americans at the expense of working families. we saved the auto industry. we've now got gm that plans to hire 1,000 new workers right next door in chandler to make sure we're building some of the best cars in the world right here in the united states of america. our businesses have created 7.3 million new jobs over the past 41 months. we now sell more p
PBS
Aug 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
with the navajo nation in the state of... arizona, and it's also partly new mexico, but we went two summers ago with my grandfather, who is full-blooded, and we got registered, me and my brother, and we went to go meet part of our family that i had never met before, and they're all full-blooded, and we got to try all of the cuisine and see all of the art and stuff. good for you. arjun byju is from sarasota, florida, a senior at pine view school who appeared on the mtv show "made." now, what's all that about? well, it's a show where they kind of take people who have a dream or an aspiration, and they help you fulfill that. i was "made" into a hip-hop dancer, actually. so, you couldn't dance before? definitely not. but now are you a good hip-hop dancer? i'm all right. yeah. yeah? do you do that new dance that the... oh, "gangnam style"? it's one of my specialties. it is? you'll have to teach me after the show. but right now, pick up your signaling device because you get to make the next selection. okay. i'll take homecoming for $200, please. answer. william. who is darwin? yes. homecoming for $40
CSPAN
Aug 25, 2013 6:00pm EDT
post" and charlie babington. if i could begin why you are in arizona. the dnc is meeting for their fall meeting. what will you be voting? >> we will be talking about the four key pillars that the democratic national party will focus on over the next election cycle and beyond. those are making sure that we can train and recruit the next generation of political leaders. we have hired a full-time training staff to make sure they have the tools they need to really run 21st century campaigns.. . making sure we build on our digital advantage and ensure that we can continue to run circles around the republicans when it comes to running a modern campaign. kick off a voter registration efforts. we know in states like arizona and texas, and arizona there have been significant demographic shifts that have identified opportunities to begin likely did in colorado and virginia to turn states that were decidedly red to purple and then eventually to blue. we are going to do that through aggressive voter registration efforts. we are going to talk about the democratic agenda, making sure hold republicans
Univision
Aug 7, 2013 11:35pm PDT
soÑadores detenidos en arizona cuando intentaron reingresar a los estados unidos, el gobierno aceptÓ revisar la pe sigticiÓn asilo y deberÁn presentarse ante un juez para exponer los argumentos. >>> emotivo es el momento que claud claudia estrecha en sus brazos a sus hijo, despuÉs de quince dÍas de estar tras las rejas en un centro de detenciÓn federal en arizona, amaro es una de las nueve soÑadores que cruzaron la frontera de mÉxico a estados unidos, cuando fueron detenidos y hoy celebra su libertad. >>> libertad, libertad, todos los dÍas miraba la ventana y la libertad que todos queremos y sobre todo la libertad donde querÍa estar. >>> la familia se reÚne de nuevo en territorio estadounidense despuÉs que claudia viviera los Últimos siete aÑos de su vida en mÉxico. >>> fueron aÑos difÍciles lejos de mi familia, mis sobrinos no los he visto, no fueron perdidos, aprendÍ muchas cosas, traigo muchas experiencias, estas Últimas semanas han sido de mucho aprendizaje. >>> semanas que permanecieron en un centro de detenciÓn de migraciÓn donde pasaron dÍas difÍciles. >>> levant
Univision
Aug 18, 2013 6:30pm PDT
roldÁn, univisiÓn. >>> el polÉmico alguacil de maricopa en arizona, joe arpaio, dio a conocer una iniciativa para colocar cruces blancas numeradas en el desierto, para que, segÚn Él, los indocumentados, que crucen la frontera puedan ser rescatados fÁcilmente en caso que se pierdan. activistas dicen que es un truco publicio. dulce marr estÁ en tucson arizona con los detalles y reacciones chl reacciones. >>> alguacil del condado maricopa da a conocer una nuevo campaÑa que puede salvar vidas y ayuda a cruzar la frontera. ordenÓ a los agentes que pongan cruces donde han encontrado los cuerpos de quienes cruzan la frontera y han encontrado indocumentados. estas cruces representa lo peligroso de cruzar el desierto de manera indocumentada. cuando estÉn perdidos y encuentren una de las cruces pueden llamar al nÚmero de emergencias 911. y dar el nÚmero de la cruz que permitirÁ obtener su lugar exacto. >>> los inmigrantes no saben donde estÁn y toma tiempo encontrarlos y con los nÚmeros sabrÁn donde estÁn. y agregÓ que necesitan poner suficientes cruces para rescatarlos. >>>
CBS
Aug 8, 2013 4:30am EDT
. >> the sole survivor of an arizona fire fighting team speaks about the deadly wildfire that killed 19 of his friends. >> everyone in that wildfire wanted to do everything they could and they did. >>> cause on camera. a violent collision sends the bus passengers and the driver flying. >>> and there are some newly minted millionaires out there. captioning funded by cbs rom the jackpot. this is t >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, august 8th, 2013. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm alexis christoforous. this morning firefighters in california are battling a fast-moving wildfire that has injured three people and destroyed about a dozen buildings. the silver fire is burning about 100 miles east of los angeles. it started yesterday afternoon, then exploded. the flames were so fast area officials were trapped. they've been safely evacuated but more than nine square niles have been destroyed. and the fire remains out of control. >> reporter: in the center of what was a home a grand fireplace stands, fire still burning around it. the same scene repeated itself at hardware at home
Univision
Aug 4, 2013 11:35pm PDT
, reconoce, que todo puede ser un error. y continÚa el drama de los dreamers detenidos en arizona tratan de cruzar la frontera. hablamos con la familia de uno de ellos, vamos con toda la informaciÓn. >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. con felix. buenas noches bienvenidos al noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana. nuevamente el uso de sustancias prohibidas conmociona al mundo del deporte. y otra vez, es el bÉisbol de las grandes ligas que tiene que enfrentar el escÁndalo. este lunes se harÁ oficial el nÚmero de e peloteros sancionados, por do paros para mejorar su rendimiento. se sabe, que la mayorÍa de ellos son hispanos y la mÁxima atenciÓn estÁ centrada en alex rodrÍguez, el atleta mejor pagado de este deporte. arlene amaro nos trae reacciones de los fanÁtico gs sobre este caso, que mantiene en vilo a millones de aficionados en todo el paÍs. >>> 3 veces nombrado jugador ma varios de la liga americana y el mejor pagado alex rodrÍguez. puede ser suspendido hasta el final de la temporada 2014. perdiendo su salario de 34, 2 millones de dÓlares. >>> con dios por delan
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 12:00pm EDT
was an 86-year-old widow of an arizona sharecropper living with her son in a sagging house. don't feel sorry for me, williams said, this is a shack, but it's my shack, god gave it to me. i ain't got nobody coming to me saying you owe me rent. i sleep as long as i want to and get up when i'm ready, and when the beautiful wind gets to blowing, i can flap my wings when i want to flap them. i sleep easy at night, right here in my little run down shack by the highway. it may not be your dream, but it's mine. now you can just turn around and leave us alone. >> the history of homicide in the united states in this next interview from columbus, ohio. >> the homicide rates since, really, world war ii, correlated best with the answer to this question, do you trust the government to do the right thing most of the time, and do you believe public officials are mostly honest? when we answer "yes" toe questions like the early 50s and 60s, we don't kill each other, and when we say "no, we don't trust the government or public officials," the homicide rate goes high. homicide rate in the united states has be e
FOX News
Aug 27, 2013 2:00am PDT
end, the search for an arizona teenager who was believed to be inspired by the movie into the wild. 18-year-old jonathan croom was found dead last night. police think he committed suicide. his body was found not too far away from his vehicle which was abandoned last week in oregon. he was supposed to start college in arizona ten days ago but never showed up. >>> a brave little girl who captured the heart of the entire nation is finally going home. sarah murnaghan expected to be released from the hospital today more than two months after her lung transplants. she was dying of cystic fibrosis when her family successfully fought the rules that kept her off the transplant list. she has been taken off oxygen, but she still uses a machine that helps her to breathe. she's also walking short distances with a walker. >>> in just a few hours, day two of the sentencing phase for ft. hood shooter major hasan gets under way. yesterday the prosecution called more than a dozen witnesses to testify including one soldier that was shot several times during that 2009 shooting rampage. the former army psy
SFGTV2
Aug 7, 2013 7:00am PDT
. [speaker not understood] at home, but school is where they really get started. in the state of arizona if graffiti is done in school, a cemetery or church, it's an automatic class expeling. anybody here from arizona? where are you from? >> tucson. >> awesome. where are you from? >> i'm from [speaker not understood]. >> you work at the prison? >> [speaker not understood]. >> the jail, okay. are you guys law enforce. ment in here? any nonlaw enforcement in here? what you do? >> [speaker not understood]. >> sweet. >> [speaker not understood]. >> neighborhood revitalization. >> awesome. we work really, a lot hand in hand in the city of phoenix with our neighborhood services department. by far some of my best friends. we get a lot done. i can't speak enough t them somebody asked me if [speaker not understood] can come in here. i want to try to keep the media out. i'll tell you guys about that in the future, how we don't really want these people to know, we don't want it out in the media, hey, we just busted somebody because we used facebook to get them. what are the vandals going to do? eve
SFGTV2
Aug 7, 2013 7:30am PDT
was -- there was a sewer that was arrested in phoenix, arizona on such time and date and the detective that arrested him. you can call that detective and say, hey, did you have a sewer there, yep, ricardo sanchez, really? you can match up things that way. they do travel. [speaker not understood]. when i went through his facebook he had a ton of pictures from california. and all we did is call out here, hey, do you remember this? unfortunately it's kind of hard to figure out where it was and he wouldn't tell me the california one for some reason. but it works, a big thing. the other thing that they do with graffiti tracker that like about is they give you the activities. a lot of the officers on the street now, they're like, hey, who is big in my area? you have this area up here it says all regions. * right there. you go in that all region, you can go into -- we have nine different precincts. you hit central precinct, boom it pops up. it tells you the last 30 days, last 90 daresctiontion last year, or all-time tagers. tell tells you how many times they hit, who they hit, who they are. if you have that d
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 10:00am EDT
, arizona, someone talks about the colorado river. her book is "contested waters." >> it is considered to be the most litigated river in the world and none is probably very accurate. one lawsuit, compact laws created to regulate what is collectively known as the law of the river. there's probably 13 to 15 major laws that have spanned the whole 20th century up to the present time that talks about is how much water and who can take it, how much every year, how to share it in a relationship with mexico on the water as well. the colorado river is about 1450 miles long. it is not the longest river in north america by any means, nor does it have the most flow. probably about number seven in terms of size. but it drops a dozen feet or so from the source in the rockies. it used to flow out the way down to the gulf of california, reaching the ocean. it doesn't reach very often anymore. on the rare occasions just to get that far. there are seven states in the united states to depend on the river into in mexico. you have wyoming, which probably has the least amount of water, but it also has most
Al Jazeera America
Aug 27, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. >>> a massive dust storm covered the city of phoenix, arizona on monday. winds from an approaching storm pushing the hazy brown cloud into that city. there are reports of downed power lines and trees. arizona's monsoon season has produced those massive dust storms that you see right there in recent years. >>> heavy rains are dropping as much as two inches in just hours in some parts. 57 -- a 77-year-old woman was killed on monday when her vehicle was caught in a flash flood. >>> the heat is closing the schools in the midwest. sweltering temperatures are forcing school closures from minnesota, east to illinois, west to the dakotas, and south into nebraska and iowa. school nurses are also on the lookout of any signs of heat exhaustion. we turn now to dave warren to tell about the crushing heat in the midwest. >> yeah, a little different. the kids want to see the temperatures heat up, to get another day off from school. could have it again in the northern plains. omaha, 88 right now. indianapolis at 80. minneapolis at 85. so the heat is building up, and the temperatures will continue to climb from
Univision
Aug 14, 2013 5:35am PDT
migratorio que toca a otra familia esta vez en arizona. desde el 7 de agosto estÁ en proceso de deportaciÓn, Él se rehusÓ no quiere dejar a sus 5 hijos, ciudadanos estadounidenses. >>> mis hijos, realmente son niÑos que tienen el sueÑo de cursar la universidad aquÍ en estados unidos. y yo creo que tienen el potencial, y pues, es un sueÑo que tienen. y querÍamos trabajar por eso. no me gustarÍa dejarlos. >>> martÍn estuvo preso dos meses, y quedÓ libre, luego de pagar una fianza. ahÍ empezÓ el calvario de la familia, desde entonces, martÍn estuvo bajo la amenaza de la deportaciÓn. >>> era triste, porque siempre fuimos apegados a su papÁ. >>> martÍn luchÓ hasta donde pudo en las cortes para que le permitieran quedarse en estados unidos, le dijeron que se vencieron sus recursos y se tenÍan que ir, en cualquier momento podrÍan deportarlo. >>> somos una familia bien afortunada por tener 5 pequeÑos, todos niÑos sÚper inteligentes. >>> los niÑos viven atemorizados porque quedarÍan sin su papÁ. guadalupe aplicarÍa para la acciÓn diferida, pero no serÍa una soluciÓn para
Univision
Aug 20, 2013 5:35am PDT
redadas de lavo ders de auto en arizona. los indocumentados en california. en nueva jersey no pueden tratar de cambiar la orientaciÓn sexual a los homosexual. y nueva mascota en la casa blanca que llega hacerle compaÑÍa a bob. asÍ comenzamos. ♪ >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn. ediciÓn nocturna, con ilia calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >>> buenas noches, acusados bajo cargos federales 14 detenidos en redadas al menos 13 auto lavados en la zona central de arizona, la discusiÓn de la reforma migratoria sigue atorada en el congreso y las deportaciones continÚan y vilma tiene las historias. >>> estos inmigrantes la mayorÍa de origen mexicano, que trabajaban en los lavadero's de automÓviles. es un parte del grupo de 223 detenido en la redada de servicio de inmigraciÓn y aduanas, ice. >>> nos trataron como criminales dijeron que alza ramos la mano, habÍan mujeres trabajando tambiÉn y todas comenzaron a llorar. ice dice que el operativo era contra los empleadores que contrataban inmigrantes indocumentados y no trabajadores que tienen un estatus legal. dejaron libres a decenas
Univision
Aug 25, 2013 11:35pm PDT
fuerza, y trayectoria. >>> un peligroso incidente tuvo lugar cerca de la frontera de arizo arizona, y mÉxico, los protagonistas, un agente del polÉmico alguacil joe arpaio, y vigilantes voluntarios, dulce desde arizona, dice quÉ paso, y cuÁles serÍan las consecuencias. >>> (hablan en inglÉs). >>> el alguacil de maricopa joe arpaio, manda un mensaje muy claro a grupos de vigilantes de la fronteras, los (nombre en inglÉs). no anden apuntando sus armas, ni tomando la ley bajo sus propias manos, luego que un grupo de vigilantes que patrullaban por inmigrantes indocumentados, se enfrentaran con agentes de joe arpaio, un vigilante apuntÓ el arma semiautomÁtico, a un agente del condado de maricopa, al que confundiÓ con un traficante, dijo. (hablan en inglÉs). >>> el alguacil dice que sus agentes portaban el uniforme con emblemas del sheriff. y aÚn asÍ el individÚo no bajaba el arma, terminÓ en la cÁrcel, y estÁ con vida. el sospechoso de 49 aÑos de edad, pertenece al grupo de vigilantes (nombre en inglÉs). >>> (hablan en inglÉs). >>> joe arpaio dijo que los vigilantes ten
NBC
Aug 23, 2013 4:00am PDT
incredible images to show you from arizona this morning. a massive dust storm swept across yuma on thursday. the storm was part of a larger system in that area. that system brought down power lines leaving some 12,000 homes in the dark. meteorologist bill karins joins us now. >> if you watch it it gets darker, too. there's a big brunt of it. it just goes pitch black. >> is it just like sand pouring down on you. >> winds come out of the thunderstorms as they die and they move along the ground and just pick up all the dust and particles. it's just literally the gust front of the winds coming at you. pretty cool. some interesting stuff in the forecast. the desert southwest is getting a lot more moisture and more rain/flooding likely by the end of the weekend. even a lot of areas of rain and wet weather through the rockies. here's a picture from colorado. this is near littleton. that's a car stuck in the hail. literally hail was covering the ground. the snow plow had to come to get that vehicle out. pretty incredible. let's talk about the rain. needles, california. mojave desert. one of the dri
KOFY
Aug 4, 2013 9:00pm PDT
.s. cities starting in arizona this month. it's expected to be in our area next june. >>> more than 5,000 runners hit the embarcadero for the giant race. this is video this morning from roof cam. registration for the half marathon and 10-k and 5-k was at capacity. giants sponsored the race. it helps open hands. >> powerball jackpot is the third big nest history at $400 million. nobody one last night. one lucky person won $1.1 million. here is what you need to know for the next drawing. it's wednesday at 7:59. you need to purchase a ticket before 7:00 on wednesday evening. you can purchase them at 21,000 locations in california. >> watch abc live stream is now available in the bay area. we're the first local station and abc is the first broadcast network to bring you a live stream of your local news and all of your favorite abc tv shows. you never have to miss a minute of the news and showing you like. i can bring it wherever you want to be. its special benefit brought to you by abc comcast, charter communication at no additional cost. go to abc7news.com to find out how to access watch
Telemundo
Aug 7, 2013 6:30pm PDT
celese tiene el dÍa libre en el dia de hoy, vamos a tucson, arizona, n cc donde estÁn en libertad los s a soÑadores que estuvieron masd e 15 dÍas detenidos, despuÉs de cruzar la forn dfrontera de mÉor nogales se les acepto un apeti i apeticiÓn de silasilo tentativ c carc carlos botifoll con los dl detalles. >>> asÍ, es, josÉ, muchos decÍ que no iba a ocurrir, pero los s soÑadores despuÉs de estar d detenidos en arizona lograron a salir, estÁn libres y sus peti peticiones de asilo serÁn cons d consideradas, los 9 dreamers son los con los 3 que salieron por su t cuenta y tabestaban fuera delÍs despuÉs de dÍas difÍciles enc r encerrados hoy ganan la 1primer batalla, para sus solicitudes y procesos migratorios que puede ser largos, porque no es comÚn q que se conceda asilo a ciudada o ciudadanos mecexicanos que aleg tener miedo por ahora mhuchos de estos est a estaran de nuevo con sus fl familiares. >>> hoy activistas dicen que de ganar sus casos, llos jnÓvene t establecerian un precedente para los otros que sufen del dolor de la deportaciÓn . >>> carlos, quÉ dice
FOX
Aug 2, 2013 9:00am PDT
". >> ma'am, come out here. >> she's an arizona cardinals cheerleader who called the cops on her boyfriend and suddenly the story starts changing. >> how he turned the tables with a cell phone video that ended up getting her arrested. >>> they're pulling out all the stops in beirut for a celebration for army day. what happens when the fireworks turn to cherry bombs? >>> a driver in russia decides he's not going to let those pesky traffic cops slow him down. how one cop becomes a hood ornament on a ride for his life. >>> plus chico gets busted in the cheetos bag again. and butch the bulldog spots himself on "right this minute." >> that is crazy. butch is like i made it! >> ma'am, come on out here. >> please. >> check out this video we got from the scottsdale, arizona police department. they are responding to a domestic violence call. that woman is celebrated arizona cardinals cheerleader, megan welter. just recently she was the subject of positive news stories because she is an iraq war veteran. she spent 18 months there. when she came back, she became a cardinals cheerleader. >> it's been
FOX
Aug 8, 2013 9:30am PDT
of his faces. i'm going to put him on pause. see it from phoenix, arizona, welcome to the show. >> yay! >> how long did this take? >> honestly, it only takes me a couple of minutes to recreate. one day i was watching and i paused because i was going to do something. and it ended up on like christian's really ugly face. i was like, yeah. me being a person that loves recreating ugly faces, i decided, i'm going to recreate this face. obviously you guys liked it. >> one of us that was easy to mimic and one of us that was difficult to mimic? >> think to mimic because she r doesn't make ugly faces. >> i do provide a lot of faces. >> that's christian's face? >> good job. >> that's it. it's a whole new day. >>> oh, my goodness. >> what do you think is hanging from that? >> a monkey? >> no. >> a man? >> no. >> animal? >> floss. >> a floss? >> they are from a church. >> they are on their annual missions trip? >> in panama. they said they were in a jungle in panama. one of the tribe members went up to the tree to grab the sloth. discovered the sloth was having a may bbaby. she wasn't having any o
Al Jazeera America
Aug 24, 2013 8:30am EDT
by investors outside of tucson, arizona. this is like an auction that is like a feeding frenzy. [ auctioneer ] >> meteorologist: the first tuesday of every month this is the scene on the courthouse in gentleman. hundreds of dispressed properties sold in the blink of an eye. >> well, it's very exciting, somewhat like herding cats. >> reporter: it's bryce's first time at the auction. he and his wife are hoping to buy a home on the cheap, but he wasn't expecting the chaos. >> how do you find out who is difference? i see several different locations. >> reporter: or the big investors who are driving up competition and the vail price of the foreclosed homes. >> i go "g" from $500 incremented. they go up $5,000, so i'm trying to get it to $150,000, and they're 150 to 160, 170. you just look at it and say that house is not worth it. >> reporter: it's a phenomena happening nationwide. big investors going into distressed communities and buying homes binges have repossessed. >> not one institution owns 1,000 family single family rental homes. >> reporter: now institutions only 80,000 homes across the u
Telemundo
Aug 18, 2013 12:00pm PDT
en un estado, arizona, y me ha tocado hablarles a mis hermanos, a mis primos, no separo en por la 43 y la thomas porque estÁ par pa joe haciendo realidadadas, y me ha tocado llegar a redadas obviamente pues le enseÑa porque naciÓ en california, y siempre pues me han preguntado, entonces ahora que regreso yo me acuerdo que yo en los tiempos que vivÍa en arizona que habÍa mucha comunidad, cuando empezÓ arpaio a hacer redadas a andar por las calles y a hacer las relÉ y eso que que empezÓ a hacer. >>> la s. 1070 creo que siempre la gente se fue, hoy hay muchos lugares donde iba a cortarme el cabello, iba a buscar mi disco de otros artistas y esas tiendas no estÁn, por quÉ, porque todos empezaron a migrar a otros estados. >>> la segunda temporada de larry manÍa. >>> cuÉntame. >>> que vamos a ver?. >>> esta noche van a ver un larry hernÁndez muy, muy centrado, y enamorado. muy real, yo creo que esto es real, creo por eso hoy en dÍa no puedes vender que algo sea ficticio, no puedes vendo quer sea una creaciÓn. >>> esto es real, creo que es el Éxito de eso que es real, y to
FOX Business
Aug 5, 2013 9:20am EDT
to push the economic agenda and we're going to arizona after the break and talk about that, and we could be hours away from finding out alex rodriguez's fate. even if he's banned, he'll still play, collective bargaining. it's a huge story up next and more. [ male announcer ] imagine this cute blob is metamucil. and this park is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fir in metamucil actually gels to trap some carbs to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. metamucil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber. spain in for stuart varney and years and we have another hour of "varney and company". president obama continues his economic pitch this week, the latest campaign style event attracted phoenix to bush's efforts on housing and a few thought detroit was the exception think again, we are talking trillions of dollars of debt ended all comes down to public workers' pension. alex rodriguez will still take the field, he can think unions and collective bargaining and youth unemployment, don't worry, you can stay home with mom and dad. all that and more on a fresh hour of "varney an
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2013 9:00pm EDT
obama makes remarks on the political unrest and violence in egypt. then senator john mccain of arizona holds a town hall meeting. at midnight, another chance to see the encore of "first ladies," featuring mary todd lincoln. president obama thursday announced the cancellation of a joint military exercise with egypt in response to the violence in that country. the president made remarks from his vacation home in martha's vineyard.this is about 10 minutes. >> good morning, everybody. i just finished a discussion with my national security team about the situation in egypt, and i wanted to provide an update about our response to the events of the last several days. let me begin by stepping back for a moment. the relationship between united states and egypt goes back decades. it's rooted in our respect of egypt as a nation, ancient center of civilization, and cornerstone for peace in the middle east. it's also rooted in our ties to the egyptian people forged through a long-standing partnership. just over two years ago america was inspired by the egyptian peoples' desire for change. they took
Univision
Aug 2, 2013 5:00am PDT
hacia mÉxico y el norte para refrescar las altas temperatura como el caso de arizona, las vegas 104 grados asÍ que san francisco temperaturas de primavera 65° f, san antonio 99° f, dallas 101 grados chicago, 81° f, la gran manzana llego a 78° f, miami abundante calor hablando de miami ya que estamos cerca del golfo de mÉxico para la prÓxima semana no no se descarta la posibilidad que tengamos desarrollo prepara cal en mÉrida 34 centÍgrados en guadalajara 26 asÍ que buenos las minas temperaturas esta noche usted en dallas con 80° f, notamos desde montaÑa temperatura mÁs frÍa por la masa de aire que de hecho es la responsable de condiciones severas en el centro del paÍs, miami 80° f, la gran manzana 68 y los Ángeles 62° f, es todo por mi que tal, les habla ilia calderon.prision de por vida a ariel castro.niegan pedido de dreamers. casa blanca critica decision de rusia.ariel castro, quien secuestro, violo y mantuvo cautivas a tres jovenes por mas de diez aqos en cleveland, fue sentenciado a cadena perpetua mas mil aqos de prision.estados unidos denego hoy un pedido de
ABC
Aug 7, 2013 4:00pm PDT
from the hot shot group who fought that deadly wildfire in arizona. it's an abc 7 news exclusive. eÑ >>> san jose police continue to search for the person who killed a promising nursing student. >> she was the victim of a drive by shooting. we are live with the story. carolyn? >> well, this is san jose's 30th homicide of the year, one is too many. the police chief and other as agree this one is truly senseless. >> i truly miss her. >> kathleen is an instructor at the college of nursing in mid peel peedas remembering one special student. kimberly estrada chico. she was hit by a stray bullet riding in a car through san jose's entertainment district. police chief says this murder struck a chord with him. >> any crime like that is unacceptable but that specifically because it appear she's was an unintended victim and an aspiring nurse. and had aspirations for that. >> chico just earned hear sis stant nursing certificate last month. and said tb preparing for another year of classes at san jose state. >> just tragic. i was in denial. right now i feel that way. because it's just not too lon
SFGTV2
Aug 16, 2013 3:00am PDT
a little bit over a thousand miles in legs from the four corners region from arizona, new mexico, colorado and california meet down to the chijuajua area of new mexico. there was one excavation along the way i remember out in the desert nears winslow, arizona. the desert out there is just a still life with a few landmarks on the horizon and this empty hole, the little colorado river desert, the painted desert, and we were working on a 500-room pueblo dating back to about 1400 ad. i just remember the wind just hailing down on us for days and you would be working down with trowels inside of a trench and if you stop for too long, the sand would start to fill up your hole again because it was blowing so much and everybody was turned away from the wind. so it looked like some kind of religious thing was going on here, all these people bowed to the ground for days and days tinkering with some unimaginable smallness in front of them while the wind just pushed harder and harder, sand blasting across you, filling up all the rooms that you just emptied out as if the desert is rolling back over itsel
SFGTV2
Aug 28, 2013 7:30am PDT
]. [laughter] >> i was telling the story, the first time i came to phoenix, arizona, i was a fresh rookie cop. i took a guy to jail. it was just after lunchtime, about an hour after lunchtime. the guy was i'm starving, i'm starving. you should have thought about that before you went to jail. i'll give him some food. they gave him green baloney. i ain't eating that. don't come to jail. some of that stuff, the pink underwear is pretty cool. this kid that we did, again, i have a log that i keep of every tagger that comes over my desk. and i kept seeing jugs over and over and over again. * kit through facebook and graffiti tracker, we found out where he kind of possibly lived. and we actually caught him shop lifting in a circle-k and he's, you know, stealing beer and got him coming out. had cans on him because he he was painting on his way down from his mobile home to the circle-k. >> [speaker not understood]. [video presentation] >> he's facing up to six years in prison. -- he got 4-1/2. so, master grace feet aloe. he he did $10,000 worth of damage to the city. it's kind of funny. think about h
MSNBC
Aug 6, 2013 11:00am PDT
a lot. >>> in less than two hours, president obama is expected to give remarks in arizona on the housing market. but more than one year this comes after governor jan brewer infamously wagged her finger in front of the president's face. will she focus on any other priorities or topics when she greets him today? >>> plus, new information on the pennsylvania man charged with killing three people at a town hall meeting. what the suspect told the judge today regarding a possible motive. ♪ [ male announcer ] you wait all year for summer. ♪ this summer was definitely worth the wait. ♪ summer's best event from cadillac. let summer try and pass you by. lease this all-new cadillac ats for around $299 per month or purchase for 0% apr for 60 months. come in now for the best offers of the model year. and didn't know where to start. a contractor before at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. no company can pay to be on angie's list, so you can trust what you're reading. angie's list is like having thousands of close neigh
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2013 6:00am EDT
disabled. a disconnect between federal and state of arizona reputation, arizona is one of the few states in this country, run by republicans predominately, where there was a cost of living raise for social security. that was the year before last. the state of arizona raise the eligibility for a program that was paying $100 a month for my medication to 3.4%.-- for my medicaid to 3.4%. consequently, i was cut off. $100 a month, which i could no longer go to physical therapy because i'm single and i have lived by myself and i am trying to make it on my own. researching at night, i watch c- span because i need to keep my brain going if my body will not. thank you for all that you do. even though i am democrat, i vote for you oftentimes. [laughter] anyway -- what can we do to stop that? again, i contacted my record is in the those immediately, in his -- my representative immediatelyoffice, in his district, and we are just stuck. arizona is one of the few states where our legislature will not i was told by my case manager when i got the notice that i was going to get the increase, my first con
CNN
Aug 8, 2013 4:00pm PDT
that engulfed a small arizona town in june. now instead of getting their city's support some of the families say they are being denied benefits. at least one widow says prescott, arizona, turned its back on her. casey wayan has the "outfront" investigation. >> reporter: ten days after 19 press kol cot arizona t hot shot firefighters died prkt ing tear city, the mayor spoke directly to their grieving widows and children. >> we will be here to support you. i hope that my words and that our continued support of you for years to come will bring you comfort. >> reporter: comfort is not what many of the survivors are feeling. they are angry with the mayor and other city officials because they feel they have turned their backs on them. the big issue, the city's re few sal to pay full death benefits to the families of those classified as seasonal firefighters instead of full-time firefighters. >> the city officials that i have had some run-ins with that were unprofessional and rude, the mayor is the ring leader as far as i'm concerned. he has been ho oh risk. >> reporter: the mayor, speaking out to cnn
Univision
Aug 19, 2013 1:00am PDT
venÍan a preguntar como podian dar empleo a los ciudadanos mexicano que salÍan de arizona porque tenÍan miedo a la ley, Ée que funciona. >>> el nÚmero de inmigrantes indocumentados sigue aumentando es decir eso no funciona. >>> esto supongo indica que usted no apoya una reforma migratoria verdad? >>> reforma en inglÉs se refiere a un cambio positivo. >>> aquÍ hablamos de la legalizaciÓn de millones de personas. >>> sÍ no concentramos en legalizaciÓn tenemos que buscar otros tÉrminos me opongo a la legalizaciÓn de personas que estÁn aquÍ ilegalmente gente que cruzÓ la frontera y galomente. >>> casi el 40% del total que estÁ aquÍ legalmente no entrÓ igual, entrÓ con una visa para ir a disney e irse a estudiar y despuÉs no quisieron mar chiefs si tenemos una polÍtica vigente el mundo entero va a pensar que estados unidos es un tigre de papel. >>> pero que tiene de malo la reforma migratoria de acuerdo con una oficina del congreso en los primeros diez aÑos de reforma migratoria se tendrÍa para la economÍa, 700 mil dÓlares mÁs en los Últimos diez aÑos que tiene esto
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2013 1:00am EDT
else, up north, or northeast, areas like that. down here, in texas, arizona, new mexico, all of those states, they deal with immigration reform. they deal with hispanic culture. those cultures are very real. a lot of times, we get bypassed by saying, most hispanics are democrats. that is in no way true. that may be something other people think about. here in texas, where it counts, this is our area. we are very real. a lot of people do not even think -- "they are hispanic, they will vote democrat." no. that is not true. when it really comes down to it, and you really look, the democrats are not helping people. they always ran on a "work for the poor." that is not true. if they have their foot on your throat and you are down there accepting food stamps and depending on them, they are the best party. but if you want to go and get ahead in life and do what you should be doing, then the democratic party is not the party to vote for. >> thank you for your comments. checking a couple of tweets from members of congress. at missouri state fair, here is what he had to say -- served upribs toda
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